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September 2014 Data Security and Privacy NewsletterSeptember 5, 2014
O’Melveny’s September 2014 Data Security and Privacy Newsletter includes news and analysis of timely regulatory, enforcement, and litigation events in the data security and privacy field that will help you stay apprised of key developments and proactively spot and manage issues.
Our Data Security and Privacy group regularly helps clients prepare for and respond to potentially serious legal and financial risks posed by evolving data protection and privacy obligations—from pre-incident counseling and policy formation to managing incident responses, internal investigations, litigation, and regulatory proceedings.
In This Issue:
- “Inside DC” – The Hill Responds to Cyber Threats
- Third Circuit Case Challenges the FTC’s Authority to Regulate Data Security Through Enforcement Actions
- Supreme Court Decision in Riley May Have Broader Implications for Data Security
- Recording of Customer Service Calls Not a Violation of California’s Call Recording Statute, Says Federal Court
- Increased Risk of Identity Theft Alleged in Illinois Data Breach Class Action is Insufficient to Establish Actionable Damages
- Cyberattacks Create Unique Risks for Healthcare Providers
For further information on any of these topics, please e-mail or call any of the attorneys listed on the last page of the newsletter or your regular O'Melveny contacts.
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